Tech firms bump up perks to recruit, retain

Tech firms bump up perks to recruit, retain

Google employees shoot pool in a break room at the company’s campus in Mountain View, Calif. Companies say extraordinary campuses are a necessity, to recruit and retain top talent, and to spark innovation and creativity in the workplace. And there are business benefits and financial results for companies that keep their workers happy.
Workers at The Hub bicycle shop and transportation center are seen on the Facebook campus in Menlo Park, Calif. “We’re seeing the mature technology companies trying to energize their work environments, getting rid of cube farms and investing in facilities to compete for talent,” said Kevin Schaeffer, a principal at architecture and design firm Gensler in San Jose.

Tech firms bump up perks to recruit, retain

Google employees shoot pool in a break room at the company’s campus in Mountain View, Calif. Companies say extraordinary campuses are a necessity, to recruit and retain top talent, and to spark innovation and creativity in the workplace. And there are business benefits and financial results for companies that keep their workers happy.
Workers at The Hub bicycle shop and transportation center are seen on the Facebook campus in Menlo Park, Calif. “We’re seeing the mature technology companies trying to energize their work environments, getting rid of cube farms and investing in facilities to compete for talent,” said Kevin Schaeffer, a principal at architecture and design firm Gensler in San Jose.
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